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Has anyone tried this yet?

What happens if I join forces with Minthara (play a Drow Warlock) but after defeating the Tieflings and the Druids I think there can only be one drow smile and eliminate Minthara? Is that even possible in EA? Is that planned?

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Well... yes I did the evil route as a Drow.

Minthara tries to kill you in your own camp after the victory.

Also after the battle you can tell Minthara you're going to kill her too. Or call her out for not worshipping the spider queen.

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Minthara has the spiciest romance scenes, so don't eliminate her too early!


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But is there a problem with Minthara on one side and the Tieflings and Druids dead on the other? Then who will help me in the story?

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If you simply kill everyone, through story choices or overt senseless violence, both sides have documents on their bodies that still point you towards moonrise and the continuing of the game.

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Thanks a lot. I did not think about the documents. You are absolutely right

btw it was not senseless violence it was a roleplaying choice wink

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I do not like it when NPC just drop a letter when you kill them.
Freedom to play however you want is great, but freedom includes also freedom to fail.

suggestion:
In case you kill both sides there is another way:
In the goblin base is a special room. Its locked and guarded and if you go close to it you will first be warned and then attacked.
In the room there are traps and a locked chest. In the chest are the orders of the absolute for the goblins with a hint of their position.
But it is encrypted so in order to read it you need to kill the goblins (or manage to sneak past them), get the letter and then go somewhere else and do something else to read it.


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I killed the druids, then sided with Minthara to kill the Tieflings in my first playthrough.

https://www.reddit.com/r/BaldursGat...solo_the_ea_version_are_there_plans_for/

The problem is that the Goblins go hostile no matter what you do. Fighting Minthara in your camp will turn them all hostile, even though they're nowhere around. I mean you just walked through their entire camp as a friendly, then went on a raid with them, so why are they hostile?

What if an evil PC could "take over" Minthara's position with her gone, at least temporarily? There is a lot of story involving the Drow in the EA. Who are the other Drow coming to the surface to assist or control the Goblins? Why did that other group of Drow kidnap the Duke? Are they working together or have different agendas, like there's some sort of problem between groups of Drow in the Underdark? Maybe you can boss them around for a little while until someone realizes the other leaders are dead, or one of the other Drow recognize you, or you just leave with the other Drow?

Ok, High Priestess Gut has to die no matter what, apparently, but Dror Ragzlin doesn't. He's also not the brightest. What do the Goblins do with all of their leaders dead, anyway, and why would they blame you (especially if you're a Drow)? Who was the assassin that killed High Priestess Gut?

I would also like an evil Goblin companion (even with a romance scene). I made a joke post here on Reddit about Sazza:
https://www.reddit.com/r/BaldursGate3/comments/mg6abu/poll_let_sazza_be_so_thankful_you_rescued_her/
It didn't go over well but I was just saying there are several instances where an appropriate "romance" could happen. I mean you can already "romance" Minthara and there's that Bugbear/Ogre cutscene in the barn and all of the rest of the lewd Goblin comments.

I can imagine a scenario where the Goblins *don't* go hostile and allow you to stay allied with them, even after Minthara's death. Maybe they don't trust you and decide to send a Goblin with you on your adventures. I would pick a Goblin Rogue with the Assassin subclass, who later may try to actually assassinate you if you go against the Goblins or don't convince it to stay sided with you.

I would also like to see more of the sexual side of the Drow in the Underdark at some point. Their society has always been interesting to me. Drow Handbook. Love is on p. 28.

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Originally Posted by rdb100
I killed the druids, then sided with Minthara to kill the Tieflings in my first playthrough.

https://www.reddit.com/r/BaldursGat...solo_the_ea_version_are_there_plans_for/

The problem is that the Goblins go hostile no matter what you do. Fighting Minthara in your camp will turn them all hostile, even though they're nowhere around. I mean you just walked through their entire camp as a friendly, then went on a raid with them, so why are they hostile?

What if an evil PC could "take over" Minthara's position with her gone, at least temporarily? There is a lot of story involving the Drow in the EA. Who are the other Drow coming to the surface to assist or control the Goblins? Why did that other group of Drow kidnap the Duke? Are they working together or have different agendas, like there's some sort of problem between groups of Drow in the Underdark? Maybe you can boss them around for a little while until someone realizes the other leaders are dead, or one of the other Drow recognize you, or you just leave with the other Drow?

Ok, High Priestess Gut has to die no matter what, apparently, but Dror Ragzlin doesn't. He's also not the brightest. What do the Goblins do with all of their leaders dead, anyway, and why would they blame you (especially if you're a Drow)? Who was the assassin that killed High Priestess Gut?

I would also like an evil Goblin companion (even with a romance scene). I made a joke post here on Reddit about Sazza:
https://www.reddit.com/r/BaldursGate3/comments/mg6abu/poll_let_sazza_be_so_thankful_you_rescued_her/
It didn't go over well but I was just saying there are several instances where an appropriate "romance" could happen. I mean you can already "romance" Minthara and there's that Bugbear/Ogre cutscene in the barn and all of the rest of the lewd Goblin comments.

I can imagine a scenario where the Goblins *don't* go hostile and allow you to stay allied with them, even after Minthara's death. Maybe they don't trust you and decide to send a Goblin with you on your adventures. I would pick a Goblin Rogue with the Assassin subclass, who later may try to actually assassinate you if you go against the Goblins or don't convince it to stay sided with you.

I would also like to see more of the sexual side of the Drow in the Underdark at some point. Their society has always been interesting to me. Drow Handbook. Love is on p. 28.
As far as I can tell, killing Priestess Gut isn't necessary. There are (at least) three other routes to the Underdark, you can quite easily get to the Underdark through the temple without killing Gut (eg by freeing yourself and sneaking past her and her ogre), and the only person you have to deal with to progress the Druid Grove quest is Minthara.


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